Monthly Archives: March 2004

QUOTE OF THE DAY

I cribbed this quote from the Anti-Socialist Tendencies blog, because it goes with my previous post about whether or not following politics is a worthwhile pursuit: I must say that among educated people, politics occupies far too great a proportion … Continue reading

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Whiter Politics?

Politics Seesaw I’m going back and forth constantly about whether or not I want to follow politics. Part of me thinks it is vital to be current on the events that shape our lives. Part of me thinks it makes … Continue reading

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File Under: Joke, Funny

I know just enough about physics and linguistics to find this funny (from physicsweb.org): “Werner Heisenberg, Kurt Godel and Noam Chomsky walk into a bar. Heisenberg looks around the bar and says, “Because there are three of us and because … Continue reading

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Johnny Cash, R.I.P.

I’ve been in denial about the death of Johnny Cash. I hardly want to live in a world without a Johnny Cash in it. If I were really a writer, this is what I would have written about his death.

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Brilliant

STUDIO SCRIPT NOTES ON ‘THE PASSION’

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Political Genius: Me

If I was in charge of either the Bush or Kerry campaigns, I’d take the road less travelled and not say anything until oh, about October or so. This strategy would have two possible outcomes, both very good: A) Since … Continue reading

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Friday Five

FRIDAY FIVE (Courtesy, as always, of Heather) What was… 1. …your first grade teacher’s name? Well, I had three, because we moved a lot. But the one I remember is Mrs. Fretz. She was the first person other than my … Continue reading

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